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Old 06-28-2006, 08:19 PM   #1
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I've noticed since I've been looking for a new gen bonne the 00 model SSEi doesn't have heated seat avalible? I never noticed this, and what is that button for on the SSEi used for? the one to the left of the steering wheel, the SE/SLE has a hole there, is it HUD?
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My 00 has heated seats.What button are you talking about.
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I've noticed since I've been looking for a new gen bonne the 00 model SSEi doesn't have heated seat avalible? I never noticed this, and what is that button for on the SSEi used for? the one to the left of the steering wheel, the SE/SLE has a hole there, is it HUD?
mista_sse, Yeah, heated seats were available on 00+ Bonnes. The switch pod to the left of steering wheel would be HUD controls. The SE/SLE'* it is a storage area, like a coin holder or something.
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I've noticed since I've been looking for a new gen bonne the 00 model SSEi doesn't have heated seat avalible? I never noticed this, and what is that button for on the SSEi used for? the one to the left of the steering wheel, the SE/SLE has a hole there, is it HUD?
mista_sse, Yeah, heated seats were available on 00+ Bonnes. The switch pod to the left of steering wheel would be HUD controls. The SE/SLE'* it is a storage area, like a coin holder or something.
I've seen an SSEi on the trader w/ out this and the sunroof option, is that normal?
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yes you could get an 00+ SSEi w/o the HUD and the sunroof
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